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jeremyc68
1 review
0 helpful votes
8/31/17

Dude stole 2k from me. total POS. DO NOT TRUST. There's nothing legit about it, any product you MAY GET won't be functional. TRUST ME

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adamy12
10 reviews
5 helpful votes
4/18/17

There is so many problems with the site:

-Homepage looks horrendous. The very first thing you see when you look it up immediately gives you a vomit mess of:

--Inconsistent use CAPS locks of text that makes a text document with all of its text in all caps more professional. I rather use comic sans font this this awful design. They even use flashy colors on it to... ....I don't know, give seizures to attract visitors?

--The logo at the top-center of the page. Let me explain this for all best logos to be used as an image: the background does not "repeat frequently" in short distances of each one, every logo you see are not simple text font (drawn by art, not typed on keyboard) with any creative design. This site has NONE of that. To me, it looks like it was made by a 5-year old.

--Country flags, I mean its nice that it allows users to translate the page, but users often use a search engine and even supported browsers (such as chrome) that have a translate feature. This makes having a locust swarm of images depicting country flags redundant.

--Good backgrounds. Gotta love green, green and more green without a box to separate objects on the site.

All successful good websites tries to look good by following the "less is more", which means don't go extreme on the decoration. You don't have to make your site number 1 best looking, thousands or even millions does this and attracted more people. I understand you want people to buy your product by having more design to it, but don't go overboard on it. Now moving onto objects on the site

-Content:
--Who loves opaque copyright watermarks that blocks the view on the images and videos? Not only you are being harassed or insulted by deliberate inconvenience, you are also harassed even more by a warning on the bottom of the page that ANY use is not allowed, and NEVER mentions "without our permission" or "authorized". It gives an allusion or implied message that they could go against reviews too if they are like users on youtube who abuses youtube's copyright system (users like matthosszone and ZMproduction (see his channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0D-Z8spiMBT0KxhuIRvQ2w)) to silence critics. Please sitejabber, protect this review, just in case. I especially love it when actual "pirates" can simply paste an image of their own name or logo over it to say it belongs to someone else instead.

---This is why watermarks is weak. Even the watermark itself looks horrable in terms of font size with other text, even mexus education doesn't use bad font when they did it on their videos.

---I understand its your (as in, all who puts watermarks, not just hackershomepage.com) hard work, but you gotta understand that visitors don't want inconveniences like this. For videos, this is like always-online DRM, it stays there for the entirely of the video. In general, you are putting a censor bar over the view to block what people want to see. Use transparent text, or else people will hate your content being marred by it. Good job, you shot people dead with an FBI warning onto their eyes.

--Just like any bad image usage with the logo of the page, they use stock images. Yes, STOCK IMAGES, as in clip arts (which is simple images without any creative design whatsoever). I seen worst products such as a bad game named "plumbers don't wear ties" that use baby images on the back. They don't even bother to edit to have a transparent background (so a white square around the object in the picture, rather than a transparency space so you can see the background of the website through the image). It also have "cutoff" on the edges of the image that looks like it was slapped onto the site.

-Behavior towards customers/visitors (not just customer service):
--I visited many news sites, such as http://www.miaminewtimes.com. I go there with a reason: to get info about an event that happened recently. However, advertisement is NOT what I'm here for. There is a chance that either it redirects me to another site, or brings a pop-up window (within a browser, not a separate window) with a fake close button that acts as if you click on the ad itself. I contacted them via e-mail and they NEVER RESPOND. They could've at least apologize "saying sorry ..." or anything similar.

How is this related to this site? well its not about ads, but their contact is similar to this. There are reports of this site about scamming people: https://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/hackers-home-page-c391336.html. This is worst than just ignoring consumer complaints. Customers expect that this sites is basically a hacking site for testing stuff and its security vulnerabilities (like if a person bought a machine and wants to "hack" to test it), and get their money stolen like an item got stuck in a vending machine. Treat this site like any tech support scam website and stay away. They don't deserve your money. DO NOT trust their disclaimer at the footer of the page.

To sum this all up, even mcafee blocked me from going into that site. This site HATES visitors and consumers. It tries to be flashy and disgusting to attact people to hurt their retinas and feelings, warns not to talk about this this site with their copyright policy, have ugly website appearance, and scamming consumers.

priscilar
1 review
4 helpful votes
3/12/15

I order one product worth 280 USD but I did not received the product, they did not answer my emails and phone calls, this website is fake and the products are fake, don't buy from this website.

laurac30
1 review
4 helpful votes
12/10/12

Paid 280.00 for a device that doesnt work. Wont answer emails, willing to return product for a refund, but they just ignore you! STAY AWAY!!!!!!

adrianm1
1 review
3 helpful votes
2/4/11

Scam fraud site, i have paid for to have nothing

walterc
1 review
2 helpful votes
6/5/09

I bought computer and i paid $10,000.00 over than 5 months ago but i didn't receive it. I got all paper works. Mail, bank transfer etcetc. I can prove it.
I reported crime to FBI.
DO NOT BUY from this web site.
Walter Cimino

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